WHAT DYKNOW GIVES SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS
- Real-time visibility into student behavior
- Analytics to spot trends and student device activity
- Tools to manage student access and keep students engaged
- Confidence that students are on task and comprehending
While incorporating technology into the classroom has many benefits, it also creates challenges such as a new stream of student distractions and an increase in off-task student behavior.
In fact, students with 1:1 technology in the classroom are off task on average 20% of the time.
With access to the internet comes a never-ending stream of content that threatens to draw students’ attention away from the task at hand. Suddenly, the investment you made in student Chromebook, PC, and/or MacBook technology creates a need for increased student activity monitoring to ensure students are on task, focused, and comprehending. Providing students with 1:1 devices alone isn’t enough to ensure they are going to thrive in a digital classroom environment. In order to create a productive learning environment and maximize the return on your technology investment, you need to pair your school’s 1:1 technology with DyKnow’s Chromebook, PC, and MacBook monitoring Classroom Management Software.
Learn how to defeat distractions in your classroom with Dyknow.
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